—October 2, which was celebrated as tuberculosis tag-day in Berkeley, netted the workers $2,900, which will be applied to a fund for the purchase of a site and the building of a hospital in West Berkeley.
New Case of Plague.
—The third case of bubonic plague contracted by a human being in the state during the last three months, was reported to the State Board of Health Nov. 6, from Oakland. The victim is a butcher who became infected through eating squirrels.
Health Officers' Meeting.
—At the semi-annual meeting of the Southern California Health Officers' Association, held in Hanford, October 12, Dr. Samuel W. R. Langdon, Stockton, was elected president; Dr. Asbury N. Loper, Dinuba, vice-president; and Dr. George A. Hare, Fresno, secretary-treasurer.
Hospital Board Reelected.
—At the annual meeting of the Peninsula Hospital, Palo Alto, the following were reelected directors: J. A. Dunker, Alfred Seale and